Tabernacle constructed by Moses - HolyLandSite

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Learn why it's so important to understand the foundational truths about the Law and all the details of the tabernacle of Moses. See the Tabernacle of Moses replica in Timna Park, Israel. It's the exact size and has all the items found in the tabernacle.

Location
1. Timna Park is 17 miles (27 km.) north of Eilat and the Red Sea, on Hwy. 90.
2. Located within Timna Park is another park that has an exact replica of the tabernacle God ordered Moses to build while he was on Mount Sinai.
3. This tabernacle contains every piece of furniture, Brazen Altar, Table of Showbread, Ark of the Covenant, and everything the original tabernacle had. It’s the only life-size model of its kind in Israel that is exactly like the original one. It has been researched extensively and built according to the specifications given to Moses.

Historical Background
1. The tabernacle was portable, and its specifications are found in Exodus chapters 25–40.
2. Most Christians skim over or don’t read the sections and books of the Bible that deal with the details of the Law and the tabernacle.
3. Some might wonder why God spent 40 days instructing Moses about the tabernacle, but only spent 6 days creating the entire universe?
4. And if God only needed a little over one chapter to describe the structure of the world, why did He need 15 chapters to describe the structure and details of the tabernacle?
5. For most Christians, reading from Genesis to Exodus chapter 20 is great. Then, they get bogged down in the rest of Exodus, Leviticus, and part of Numbers.
6. The fact that God spends so much time on the details of how mankind can be right with Him reveals that He is more concerned about having a relationship with us over the importance of His creation.

Places of Interest
1. Tabernacle Courtyard Fence
It measures 75 ft. wide (23 m.) by 150 ft. long (46 m.).
The Courtyard has 60 posts with linen curtains all around it.
The Courtyard posts were 7.5 ft. high (2.29 m.).
Each post had a bronze base with silver hooks and rings on top.
Acacia wood was used for the tabernacle. These trees can be seen close to the tabernacle in Timna Park today.
The Eastern Gate, which was the entrance, had 4 posts and a colored curtain.
2. Courtyard
The Bronze (copper) Altar measured 7.5 ft. wide square (2.29 m.) by 4.5 ft. high (1.37 m.) and had 4 horns on each corner (also called the horns of the altar).
The Bronze Laver or washbasin made from brass.
Sacrifices and cleansing took place in the courtyard outside the Holy Place. Judgment and cleansing had to take place first before the priests could enter the temple.
3. The Tabernacle (also known as the Tent of Meeting)
It measured 45 ft. long (13.72 m.) by 15 ft. wide by 15 ft. high (4.57 m.).
It was made with 10 curtains of fine linen of blue, purple, and scarlet yarn.
Each curtain was made with an embroidered cherub.
4. The Holy Place
Only the priests and High Priest could enter the Holy Place.
It measured 15 ft. wide (4.57 m.) by 30 ft. long (9.14 m.).
It contained the menorah made from a single piece of gold.
The Table of Showbread (representing the unleavened bread of the first Passover) measured 36 inches wide (91.44 cm.) by 18 inches deep (45.72 cm.) by 27 inches tall (68.58 cm.). On it were 12 loaves of bread which represented the 12 tribes of Israel.
There was the Altar of Incense, which measured 18 inches square (45.72 cm.) by 36 inches tall (91.44 cm.). Only a special kind of incense was to be burned upon it.
The priests wore white, linen robes with a colorful sash.
The High Priest wore special garments (a turban, ephod, breastplate, and robe). The breastplate contained 12 stones, each representing the 12 tribes of Israel. There were bells and pomegranates at the bottom of the robe.
5. The Veil Curtain separated the Holy Place from the Holy of Holies. It was made of blue, purple, and scarlet thread.
6. The Holy of Holies
It measured 15 ft. by 15 ft. (4.6 m. by 4.6 m.).
Only the High Priest could enter the Holy of Holies once a year on the day of Yom Kippur, and he wore a holy linen coat (Lev. 16:4).
He had to be purified from all sin before entering.
Tradition holds that a rope was tied to the waist of the High Priest in case God smote him for being impure in His site. By doing so, he could be drug out with the rope because they were forbidden to enter the Holy of Holies. However, this tradition is not in the Bible.
Inside the Holy of Holies was the Ark of the Covenant, which measured 45 inches wide (114 cm.) by 27 inches deep by 27 inches tall (68.58 cm.).
On top of the Ark of the Covenant was the Mercy Seat, which measured 27 inches high (68.58 cm.). Molded to it were 2-winged cherubim angel figures made from one piece of gold.
Inside the Ark of the Covenant were the Ten Commandments written on Stone Tablets by the finger of God, Aaron’s Rod that budded, and a Jar of Manna.


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